adjective, pim·pli·er, pim·pli·est.
Related formsun·pim·pled, adjective
Examples from the Web for pimply
He has rather a pimply face, a perpetual grin and damp-looking, wispy, straw-coloured hair.From Chart House to Bush Hut|Charles W. L. Bryde
“Yes; those Boy Scouts are too dern busy,” put in the other, a pale-faced, pimply lad of about seventeen.The Boy Scouts at the Panama Canal|John Henry Goldfrap
It did not strike me till far into the evening that the pimply young reprobates were making the girls drunk.American Notes|Rudyard Kipling
When she's got a red nose and a pimply face, and a sharp tongue, you'd be glad enough to see her at the wash-tub then.The Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson|Anthony Trollope
Even the pimply clerk at the desk, discerning her unescorted state, had changed subtly in voice and manner.Winner Take All|Larry Evans